Can you imagine being so afraid of a mild flu that you agree to allow the government to inject you with an experimental potion that alters your fundamental biological structure because there’s a chance it could help you not catch the flu?
Probably no one could imagine that. The people who will line up to get the vaccine aren’t imagining that. They’re just believers in whatever the government/media complex says.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has notified public health officials in all 50 states and five large cities to prepare to distribute a coronavirus vaccine to health care workers and other high-risk groups as soon as late October or early November.
The new C.D.C. guidance is the latest sign of an accelerating race for a vaccine to ease a pandemic that has killed more than 184,000 Americans. The documents were sent out on the same day that President Trump told the nation in his speech to the Republican National Convention that a vaccine might arrive before the end of the year.
Over the past week, both Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, the country’s top infectious disease expert, and Dr. Stephen Hahn, who heads the Food and Drug Administration, have said in interviews with news organizations that a vaccine may be available for certain groups before clinical trials have been completed, if the data is overwhelmingly positive.
Public health experts agree that agencies at all levels of government should urgently prepare for what will eventually be a vast, complex effort to vaccinate hundreds of millions of Americans. But the possibility of a rollout in late October or early November has heightened concerns that the Trump administration is seeking to rush the distribution of a vaccine — or simply to hype that one is possible — before Election Day on Nov. 3.
For an administration that has struggled with the logistical challenges of containing the coronavirus, the distribution of millions of vaccines that must be stored in subzero temperatures and provided first to high-risk groups through America’s flawed, fragmented health care system would be a daunting challenge. Even the C.D.C.’s guidance acknowledged that its plan was hypothetical and based on the need to immediately begin organizing the gigantic effort that would be required if the F.D.A. were to allow the use of a vaccine or two this year.
The C.D.C. plans lay out technical specifications for two candidates described as Vaccine A and Vaccine B, including requirements for shipping, mixing, storage and administration. The details seem to match the products developed by Pfizer and Moderna, which are the furthest along in late-stage clinical trials. On Aug. 20, Pfizer said it was “on track” for seeking government review “as early as October 2020.”
Criticism of this vaccine is not generalized criticism of vaccines.
These are not normal vaccines. This isn’t what you learned about in high school, where they take a small amount of a virus and expose your immune system to it so it learns how to build antibodies. It is a completely different and actually unrelated technique.
They are both rushed and they are a type of “vaccine” that has never been tried before. Every publication is spinning this as positive, but check what they’re communicating about the Moderna vaccine.
Nature, July 21:
For these kinds of vaccine, researchers more or less start from the drawing board for each new pathogen. By contrast, many vaccines in development rely on ‘platform technologies’, which are essentially ‘plug-and-play’. For these, researchers identify what they think might be an effective antigen and drop its DNA or RNA sequence into a pre-validated platform — such as another virus genome or a piece of DNA or RNA — to quickly create a vaccine candidate. “This is ideal for emerging-pathogen vaccine development,” says Sarah Gilbert, a vaccinologist at the University of Oxford, UK. Yet because they are relatively new, these platforms have yielded no licensed products for human use — and only a handful of DNA-based vaccines for veterinary use, such as for West Nile virus in horses. “There’s nothing which has really gone to the people on a mass scale,” says Shashank Tripathi, a virologist at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore. COVID-19 could provide their big debut, setting the stage for platform vaccines against other human diseases.
Moderna’s vaccines are based on messenger RNAs that instruct cells to make protein antigens. The idea is that, once a person receives those RNA instructions in an injected vaccine, their cells can start pumping out the proteins. These are then displayed on cell surfaces or released into the circulation, where they can grab the attention of the immune system.
The Pfizer vaccine is an mRNA vaccine, also fundamentally altering your biology by programming your cells to produce proteins.
They are literally going to do a mass experiment on the population – if you believe they have good intentions in the first place.
I personally don’t believe it is possible that they have good intentions, because this entire thing is a hoax. I guess if you didn’t want to get conspiratorial, you’d say that their intentions are to just make a bunch of money, and they don’t care if it hurts people.
But it’s obvious that it isn’t outrageous to imagine that they are going to purposefully hurt people with this injection. At this point, they’ve done so much to purposefully hurt us using this coronavirus hoax, that I sure as hell can’t be certain this vaccine is just a money scam.
We are effectively already in hell. This vaccine could end up being Cronenberg-tier body horror.
David Cronenberg’s son, Brandon, actually made a body horror film about injecting pathogens that cause mutations and psychosis. It’s called “Antiviral.”
It is truly an incredible truth that anyone has any faith at all in this system. The fact that a significant portion of the population have more faith in it than they used to is staggering.
They trust the government to inject them with things in the same way a 2-year-old trusts her father to give them a piggyback ride. They don’t even think about it. Of course you can trust the government to permanently alter your DNA.
Listen: if someone comes at you, mocking you for being skeptical of this vaccine, ask them to explain to you how it works. They will not be able to, I assure you. Then ask them why they are willing to inject themselves with a biological agent that they have no understanding of and which is admittedly an experiment.
They will have no choice but to tell you: “because I trust the media and the government with my life.”
Hey, remember that time when neo-Nazis on Twitter who want to overthrow the government said that they would force vaccinate people because they “trust science”? That was crazy, right?